This recipe was requested by you guys,
and is a great dish to serve at family get togethers. Since it is Ramadan, and many will be getting together with their families and friends, I thought it is a good occasion to post this recipe for you. Kubbeh (known as kibbeh too) is delicious!
In Levantine cuisine, the Kubbeh can be had raw (cold mezze), or fried (meat filled and fried), it can also be had baked: usually in a tray (see recipe on this link) or it can be cooked in stews; most famous of which are the stew of Kubbeh in yogurt sauce (this recipe) and the Kubbeh in onion sauce. This dish is especially good on cold winter days as it is warming and comforting. But also works for a warm Iftar. Try it out this Ramadan and see how it goes 🙂
I have included for you the method of preparing Kubbeh at home if you have a meat grinder. If you don’t, you can use a food processor (not optimal but works), if you don’t want to, then take your bulgur (burghul) and spices to your butcher and have them prepare your kubbeh meat for you. I have also included for you a video on how to shape the kubbeh parcels, in order to make sure you get it right.